Uber announced on Friday that it was adding fuel to rides and food-delivery orders as petrol prices continued to rise across the country.
Depending on the location, a charge of 45 cents or 55 cents per trip will be added, and 35 cents or 45 cents will be added to Uber Eats food delivery orders for the next 60 days from March 16, said Lisa Winship, head of driver operations. United States and Canada, a Press release.
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